The GitHub platform finally comes on mobile. After several years of having only an old Android application, the site is about to relaunch on smartphones, this time including iOS.
The main reason for going back to mobile is explained by GitHub: “We want to make it easier to manage tasks, even when you’re on the go.”
According to the first feedback and beta images, it will not be possible to add or modify code. The application therefore focuses solely on task management and social interactions such as notifications, favorites, groups and queries.
It would seem that the application is mainly there to accompany developers and not to carry out projects. The application is still being tested but it is possible to register via the official website.
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